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8 Bad Brushing Habits To Break In 2019- Mouthhealthy.org

The following article was found on the American Dental Association's website mouthhealthy.org.  Please visit their website for more topics to keep your best smile! Keeping Your Toothbrush for Too Long The ADA recommends changing your toothbrush every 3-4 months, so...

New Mouthwash May Prevent Tooth Decay

By Tony Edwards, DrBicuspid.com editor in chief August 3, 2018 -- An iron-containing nanoparticle successfully disrupted pathogenic biofilms and prevented tooth decay without harming surrounding oral tissues or biofilms in a new study. The findings potentially open...

Our Philosophy of Dental Care

Thank you for visiting our website. Oliver Dental and Implants is independently owned and operated by me, Dr W. Laurence Oliver. My associate, Dr Luke Riley, and I hope you will choose us for your dental care. I have been practicing in the metroplex for over 30 years....

A Dentist Can Improve Your Love Life

by David Ward, DDS Let’s assume that you found Mr or Miss Right a long time ago. Has your physical relationship changed over the years? Do you kiss the way you used to? Why or why not? Do you feel good enough to be romantic or do you suffer from chronic pain in your...

Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A growing problem

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Your sleep impacts every aspect of your health and daily life. Sleeping well helps you look, feel and perform your best. But a sleep problem can be harmful to your health and well-being. One of the most common sleep problems is obstructive...

At-Home Dental Trends That Should Not Be Trending

If you are under 60 years of age, there is a good chance that you may have heard the term "hashtag". If you're under 50, you might actually know what it means. In case you are unsure or were to shy to ask, a hashtag is simply a number sign (#) placed in front of a...

Back to the Future

No longer fantasy, these dental products and technologies are available now, or will soon be here: Lasers - Gum surgery using soft tissue lasers is relatively painless and heals rapidly. Hard tissue lasers are now being introduced to treat tooth decay - and may...

Did you know about Vulcanite dentures?

Before restorative dental care was available, the only treatment for dental pain was extraction. Unfortunately there were no suitable materials or techniques available for the fabrication of satisfactory dentures. The problem was the lack of a durable and affordable...